Archika Khurana, November 5, 2021, 3:48 PM IST
3.0 / 5
Story: Suryavanshi follows DCP Vir Suryavanshi, the head of India’s anti-terror squad, as he tries to save Mumbai from the most horrific terrorist attack in history.
Revaluation: Rohit Shetty has strategically expanded his Cop Universe over the years – keeping viewers engaged and on the edge of die-hard fans of the genre. After the Singham series (Ajay Devgn’s title) and then Simba (starring Ranbir Singh), now Suryavanshi (Akshay Kumar) has taken the storm, amidst much fanfare, drama and theater. Towards the end of Simba the character of Suryavanshi was subtly announced. The film has all the elements, attitude, style, showmanship and heavy-duty star power expected from Rohit Sethi’s offer.
Like Simba, even this police action story is narrated by Ajay Devgn, who reminds us that there have been several terrorist attacks since the 2008 serial attacks on several landmark locations in Mumbai, including the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai. Mumbai and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT). The story of the film reveals that the biggest attack in the city has not yet taken place, as some of Lashkar’s sleeper cells have been activated and it has been found that the remaining 600 kg of RDX from the ’93 serial attack is being used for this purpose.
Enter DCP Veer Suryavanshi with a tough mission and lots of hot kills to protect the city from another big attack. He is so committed to his responsibilities that even his family, wife Rhea (Katrina Kaif) and son Aryan are in second place for his powerful work.
With cross-border plots, the film revolves around the idea of revenge, ‘eyes instead of eyes, blind the world.’ While the story itself makes it safe (basic and predictable), the action is risky and exciting (Rohit Sethi and Sunil Rodriguez). The chase sequence between the hero and John (Sikander Kher) on the streets of Bangkok is a visual delight. Don’t miss anything if you feel inspired by Carrie-Ann Moss’s bike scene with Key Maker in The Matrix Reloaded .. Just like Ajay Devgn’s Bandra-Orly Sea Link Action Sequence Singham Returns in Mission: Impossible III Was inspired by Tom Cruise.
However, the sunburnt clich এবং and length can make a good edit, especially in the first half. After the interval, it grabs with loaded action and bang.
Akshay Kumar gave a knockout performance. From his worthy entry to the endless gunfire – he justifies his Super Cop Act. In addition to the high adrenaline physical encounter, there are plenty of high dramatic chases including cars, bikes and helicopters as Akshay Kumar has demonstrated his undoubted action skills. Overall, this is an everlasting show with its Star Power and screen presence much larger. Katrina Kaif looks stunning on screen and her sensual moves in the iconic song ‘Tip Tip Barsa Pani’ are undoubtedly worthy of applause, but you can’t think of Bollywood’s real ‘Mast Mast’ girl Ravina Tandon.
Ajay Devgn and Ranbir Singh’s pushback in the second half (quite literally) improves the entry film and adds striking punch. As Bajirao Singham and Sangram Valerao, respectively, the three actors stole the show in a few scenes where they were together.
Jackie Shroff As the leader of the terrorist gang Omar Afiz, Jackie Shroff, as well as the cast associated with Gulshan Grover, Abhimanyu Singh, Kumud Mishra and Nikitin Dheer, contributed significantly to the progress of the plot. Javed Jaffery’s ATS chief Kabir Shroff, on the other hand, plays his serious police character perfectly.
Although Suryavanshi’s background score sets the mood, the songs aren’t particularly memorable. The revised version of ‘Naja’ is an earwax, but we don’t hear it in the movie. However, the trio dancing in the group Mehndi’s ‘Aila Re Ailla’ is entertaining.
Heroic Suryavanshi, Akshay Kumar has successfully taken over from his predecessors (Singham and Simba) and with a generous dose of flying and somersaulting cars, it is quite a bumper Diwali entertainer for you. And if you’re a fan of high voltage action movies, take it in your arms!